Turība University will Develop Intersectoral Study Materials (0)
On 9 October Turība University will commence the implementation of ERASMUS+ strategic partnership project “Development of Interdisciplinary Skills for Cooperation and Conflict Management”, within which there will be developed several study assistance materials for intersectoral topics (teamwork, setting of goals, efficient planning, multicultural communication, diagnostics and management of conflicts).
The project, under the leadership of Turība University, will be implemented by an international team consisting of Mykolas Romeris University (Lithuania), University of Graz (Austria), University of Genoa (Italy), Netherlands Business Academy (the Netherlands) and Jagiellonian University (Poland).
Within the framework of project there are different activities envisaged – it is planned that in summer 2021 the students from six partner higher education institutions will have an opportunity to acquire interdisciplinary skills at Turība University. There will be also the study materials developed – problems and tests in order the students may practice the new skills. The partners will develop also an application for cellular phones that will motivate the users to develop their interdisciplinary skills. There will be shot also the new study videos enabling to acquire this knowledge free of charge through distance education. The project partners will also develop the collected articles and will develop a week long study process for lecturers who will be working with the intersectoral students.
This project is financed within the framework of ERASMUS+ Strategic partnership program. Project No. 2019-1-LV01-KA203-060423